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FOX News
Jan 26, 2013 11:00am PST
's at the end of that pipeline, once it goes out into the economy, if the president is severely restricting how it's used, how it's used in transportation, and in manufacturing, as smart b -- senator boxer had said he could say look, the end user is going to get hit hard and he reduce energy consumption and provides the construction jobs for the pipeline. >> can i make a related point here, paul, about the pipeline and carbon change. it's interesting if you really care about global warming and you want to reduce carbon emission, there is no question the most important thing america can do would be to transition towards natural gas, a huge abundance of. it is cheap, it is abundant in the united states and it does not emit many carbons into the atmosphere and yet, the left is against that, too, and yet we need pipelines to get the natural gas to the markets. >> that's because the natural gas would take the place of coal which is a much bigger carbon in terms of electricity. and energy. and is that what he's talking about maybe get keystone going and allow fracking to go ahead and a tax, potential
FOX News
Jan 27, 2013 12:00pm PST
into the economy, if the president is severely restricting how it's used, how it's used in transportation and manufacturing as senator boxer has said i think he could say tone environmentalists the end user is going to get hit hard here. we are going to reduce energy construction and construction jobs with the pipeline. >> can i make a related point here about the pipeline and carbon change. it's interesting, if you really care about global warming and you want to reduce carbon emissions, there is no question the most important thing america couldn do would beng to transition towards natural gas which we have ao huge abundance of. it is cheap. -- it is, abundant in the united states, and it does not emit i very many carbons into the atmosphere. and, yet, the left is against that, too. we need pipelines to get the natural gas to the markets. >> that's because natural gas would take the place of coal which is a much bigger carbon especially in terms of utilities and electricity. >> is that the play that james freeman was talking about the trade of maybe get keystone going. allow fracking to
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